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Action Alert: Lorain Avenue

The City of Cleveland is seeking feedback on five options for bicycle facilities on Lorain Avenue. The section under consideration runs from W20th (at the western end of the Lorain-Carnegie Bridge) to W65th Street. After public processes back in 2013-2015, it was determined that a 2-way Cycle Track was the preferred facility along the length […]

ACTION ALERT: Statewide Distracted Driving Ban

HB283, a bill that would prohibit driving while using electronic communications device, was introduced in the Ohio House on May 5th. HB283 would make driving while handling any electronic wireless device a primary offense for adult drivers and will increase fines for drivers who habitually use devices while driving. In cases where a driver using […]

Action Alert: NOACA eNEO2050

NOACA is currently seeking feedback on their long range transportation plan (LRTP), called eNEO2050, through June 2nd, 2021. This plan will guide transportation investments and priorities across the region that aim to build an equitable future for Northeast Ohio. We shared some of our concerns with the eNEO2050 plan at the NOACA Bicycle & Pedestrian […]

Share your ideas for improving biking and walking

The City of Cleveland is set to receive over $500 million through the American Rescue Plan Act. This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to make real, thoughtful, and transformative investments in our residents and our city. With so many bike and pedestrian projects planned in Cleveland, we want to hear from you how you would prioritize […]

Action Alert: Franklin Blvd

The City of Cleveland is seeking feedback for Franklin Blvd (from W. 25th to W. 85th) ahead of construction in April 2022. The project will include the following components: Complete asphalt resurfacing, including full and partial depth pavement repairs where needed. Realignment of West 85th Street intersection adding ADA-compliant curb ramps Mini roundabouts at several […]

Double Action Alert: MUTCD and Transportation Alternatives

  Action One: In the United States, a technical document called the Manual for Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) is used to create “uniformity” in the look of our road signs and symbols, including traffic lights, crosswalks and all kinds of street markings. Unfortunately, while it’s presented as a neutral and scientific document, it is […]

Action Alert: Old Lorain Road

There is a new proposed connector trail to the Cleveland Metroparks Rocky River Reservation that will traverse Old Lorain Road‘s steep topography to create a new park connection, and ease access for a broader range of park users. If you climb or descend this hill as it is now, you know the challenge the grade […]

ACTION ALERT: Feedback Needed on Chard Pedestrian Bridge

As part of an Ohio Department of Transportation’s (ODOT) I-77 pavement replacement project ODOT is seeking feedback on the Chard Avenue Pedestrian Bridge. The Chard Avenue Pedestrian Bridge does not meet current design standards and will be impacted by the I-77 Pavement Replacement project. ODOT is seeking feedback from the community about removing the bridge […]

ACTION ALERT: Help End Distracted Driving

Ohio Governor Dewine announced on Feb. 8th, 2021 that he is reaffirming his commitment from over a year ago to improve the safety of Ohio’s roads by including Hands Free Ohio provisions in his state budget proposal. Hands Free Ohio would make driving while handling any electronic wireless device a primary offense for adult drivers […]

Action Alert: Lake Avenue

The City of Cleveland is seeking feedback about the design of Lake Avenue from Detroit to W. 117th. See the bottom of this post for how to submit feedback. The city is proposing the following for Lake Avenue: From W. 117th to West Blvd: The final lane use will include a single travel lane in […]

Action Alert: Support Patty Banks

Back in May 2019, cyclist Patty Banks was hit by a driver in Avon Lake and critically injured. The driver fled the scene. News stories outlined the search and quick apprehension of the driver (and location of the vehicle at a body shop), the subsequent arrest, and the court arraignment where driving privileges were reinstated. […]

ACTION ALERT: Support Complete Streets

The streets of Cleveland are an important part of the livability of our neighborhoods. They ought to be for everyone, whether young or old, motorist or bicyclist, walker or wheelchair user, bus rider or shopkeeper. Our streets should connect the places we need and want to visit, not serve as barriers because they are unsafe. […]